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[movies]Another Day In Paradise - Jack Gray
Life in middle-class 1950s America: so uncomplicated, so idyllic, so...SAFE! And yet, hidden behind the facade of contentment, there's a disturbance - an obsession - and no one can escape it. For more information and content, please visit: www.jackgray.info. Thanks for watching!
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[movies]Misc episode of ''You Asked For It'' #6
Another misc episode of the 1950s American television series "You Asked for It", featuring the following: A race between an abacus and a then-modern calculating machine, the secrets of phony spiritualists, a Calypso song and dance, and TV wrestler Georgous George doing card tricks. Judging by the reference to 1951, it is likely this aired on the now-defunct DuMont Television Network. Complete with original commercials for Skippy Peanut Butter...
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